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Customer Questions & Answers for
Tusk Certified Goal Mask

For over 20 years, the story behind Eddymask has always been proper the proper fit of the shell to the entire head. Coming from a custom mask background, the philosophy of the company has always been to create a larger range of fit without being sloppy and creating gaps between the shell, the foam and the head. In the new Tusk II Junior mask for 2012, Eddy has incorporated many of the enhancements of their Senior line of masks into a mask specially designed for the Junior goaltender.The shell is made of Eddy's multi-resin system, and also utilizes their proprietary solid sheet technology. The result of this construction process is a shell mold that achieves the optimum balance between resin and fiberglass to achieve an increbibly strong, rigid shell. Shell rigidity is further enhanced by a new shell design that is sharper, and that has more pronounced ribs in the forehead area. The more pronounced rib design also serves to eliminate flat spots in the mask, meaning that pucks will simply glance off of the main impact areas and will not impact the shell directly. The chin features a curled in design which gives it more stiffness and strength. The skull plate spans the entire width of the mask to keep it from compressing during heavy side loads.The mask interior features an 1/2 thick impact foam at the forehead and crown, and a dual density foam which is 3/8 thick at the sides. The impact foam at the forehead is the same as that used in many football helmets, and it achieves a consistent 5-star test rating. The cheek and face foam layers are comprised of a higher density 8lb black foam that sits against the shell, and a softer blue urethane foam that touches the goalie's head and face. The black foam provides great impact resistance, and the blue foam is great for energy absorbtion and comfort, and it also serves to grab the goalie's head and face during impacts to help keep the mask from shifting.The window opening of the Tusk II is cut deeper to give the goalie better sightlines and unobstructed peripheral vision. The cage options are all made of stainless steel for maximum protection.
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Questions & Answers for EDDY Tusk Certified Goal Mask

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This or the bauer nm5
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 8 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Tusk Certified Goal Mask
1 answer
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answer 1
I would recommend the Eddy because of the heavy duty construction of the shell. The NME has some great features like the longer neck, flat wire cage, and light weight but I always recommend going for the helmet that offers the most protection.
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Expert Answer
answered 8 months ago
by
JMartin
Question
Why no HECC sticker??
Says in the description that it's HECC certified. When we got this helmet from you, we found out it is not HECC certified. Major Bummer!!!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 6-12
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 6 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Iowa
on Tusk Certified Goal Mask
1 answer
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answer 1
The Eddy Tusk goalie helmet is HECC certified, according to their website:
http://www.hecc.net/certprods.goal.html

The site hasn't been updated since 2011, and the Tusk II came out in 2012. However, we have been assured from Eddymasks that this mask has indeed been certified.

If you need further assurance of if you have any questions, please contact us at info@totalhockey.com, or 866-929-6699.
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answered 6 months ago
by
MBruins
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